Surviving Aberfan: The People's Story

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Britain and the world were shocked in October 1966 by live television pictures coming from a small mining village in Wales. They showed a human tragedy unfolding after thousands of tons of coal waste fell from a mountainside onto its primary school and surrounding houses. The majority of the 144 people killed were children under 12. After more than 50 years the survivors of that disaster -- among the worst in Britain's peacetime history -- still live with painful memories and all-too-real after effects. In this first ever ...

Surviving Aberfan: The People's Story 2016, Grosvenor House Publishing Ltd, Claygate

ISBN-13: 9781786230348

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